The Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan has pursued happiness as its core development philosophy for the last four decades – giving more importance to people’s well being rather than only focusing on the country’s economic growth. This unique approach of GNH over GDP has ushered unprecedented development in Bhutan, where the sense of values and culture (despite modernization) are still strong at the heart of its people. GNH is not only holistic but also a well balanced approach, which is working wonders in the tiny Kingdom of Bhutan.

Date    : 28th Sep., 2015
Time   : 18:30 ~
Venue : The Japan Foundation, New Delhi

Lecturer: Mr. Karma Tenzin, 
Lecturer, Royal Thimpu College, Bhutan



About the Lecturer
Karma Tenzin graduated with English Hons from Sherubtse College and has a masters’ degree in diplomacy and international studies from Rangsit University in Thailand. He started his career in the first private newspaper in the country as a reporter and later as a news editor. For the last three years he has been teaching in the department of political science, in the first private college of Bhutan, as a lecturer. He has been involved in the publication of an autobiography of a great monk in Bhutan. He is also the recipient of the Fellowship of Japan Foundation.